Trump Attends Church At Las Vegas, Pastor Predicts Second Win

Trump said it was  “a great honor” to attend the service, adding “I love going to churches” and urging parishioners to “get out there on Nov. 3 or sooner” to vote.

President Trump attended a church service in Las Vegas on Sunday morning and placed a handful of cash into the donation bucket.

Pastor Paul Marc Goulet of the nondenominational International Church of Las Vegas hailed the president “because you just came to church”.

Trump was joined by White House staffers Hope Hicks and Kayleigh McEnany, who put a wad of $20 bills in the donation bucket marked “Change 4 Change.”

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“This is your third time here, that means you’re a church member. I don’t care what anybody says. I love my president,” Goulet said.

Trump went to the church as a candidate in October 2016 and a year later as president following the mass shooting at a music festival.

“You’re doing a great job.” Goulet said, she said his “second win” would come in the form of a victory at the polls; next, she said he’d get another “second win” with a fresh shot of energy … like a runner near the finish line and who’s out of breath, but still manages to power through to the end.

Finally, Pastor Denise said he’d get a second “wind,” which she likened to the Holy Spirit. We believe she has a few of those “second win(d)s” mixed up, but whatever … Trump was loving it all the same

Trump said it was  “a great honor” to attend the service, adding “I love going to churches” and urging parishioners to “get out there on Nov. 3 or sooner” to vote.

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Following the church service, Trump traveled to California for a fundraiser. Later Sunday, he will return to Nevada for a “Make America Great Again” rally in Carson City.

His opponent, Joe Biden, also attended church services in Delaware before going to a drive-in rally at a high school in Durham, North Carolina.

Biden also took part in a virtual discussion with African American faith leaders from across the US.

“I happen to be a Roman Catholic,” the former vice president said. “I don’t pray for God to protect me. I pray to God to give me strength to see what other people are dealing with.”

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